A Killer’s Confession, the band featuring Waylon Reavis (ex-Mushroomhead), have premiered a new video for their song “Rebirth,” via Loudwire. This song is from the band’s debut album “Unbroken,“ which is available now.
“The meaning behind “Rebirth” is understanding that harboring hate towards oneself or others always turns around and bites you in the ass. This song is about reflecting on that and letting it go.
With the video we wanted to portray myself being resentful and somewhat mean to the band because I was projecting my own inner anger towards myself onto them. During the climax of the video where I am singing to myself in the mirror – I am reminding myself of what that anger was going to get me… Which is nothing good.
The video was shot in three different places: We had a Cleveland crew consisting of Joseph Shaw and Andrew Sgambati – they both did a very good job with the mirror seen. Then we shot with Mr. Evil Robb in Hampton Beach, New Hampshire and Providence Rhode Island. Mr. Evil Robb shot all the outside footage and live performances. Everyone directed in their own way, but really we did not have a “set” director. I had a vision for the song and given the time and budget that I had to make it, I’m thankful that everyone was able to work together and make it happen.
When it came to editing I sent the song to my home state of North Carolina to let one of my old friends, Peredy (that’s the only name he’ll go by) piece it together. So I’m thrilled to have this go through so many hands and still turn out to be the vision I originally wanted.”